Finland PEOs & Employers of Record (EOR)


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Employment Laws in Finland

Capital: Helsinki

Language: Finnish and Swedish

Currency: Euro (EUR)

Payroll Cycle: Monthly

Employment Contract: The employment contract must be in writing which should at least state the salary, start date, working hours, leaves, and notice period.

Employer Tax: The employer Contribution in Finland ranges between 22% - 27%. 

Working Hours:  Normal working hours should not exceed 8 hours a day and 40 hours a week.  

Regular business hours are typically 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM or 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, from Monday to Friday.

Annual Leave: The total number of paid holidays per year is between 24 and 30 days.  

The summer holiday season is considered to be from 2 May to 30 September. Employees will usually take a summer holiday of at least two consecutive weeks during this time period. 

Probation Period: The Probation Period in Finland is from 1 to 6 months.


Notice Period: During the probation period the notice period is from 14 to 30 days, while for permanent employees it ranges from 14 days to 180 days. 

Termination: Fixed-term employment in Finland cannot be terminated.

Employers must give a warning to an employee performing poorly, as well as an opportunity to improve before being terminated.

Severance pay: Employees generally have no statutory entitlement to receive a severance payment.

National Holidays: 12 National holidays in Finland 

1. New Year’s Day  
2. Epiphany 
3. Good Friday  
4. Easter Monday  
5. May Day  
6. Ascension Day  
7. Whit Sunday  
8. Midsummer’s Day 
9. All Saints Day 
10. Independence Day 
11. Christmas Day 
12. Boxing Day

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